Must-visit Cafes in Greater Noida

It’s been a long and tiring week, but at last it’s over. You’re free for the weekend and you can’t wait to catch up with your friends over a cup of coffee. But where exactly should you go? If you think you’re going to have to take the metro all the way into Delhi, think again. Because there are some incredible new cafes in Greater Noida that you must try! We’ve rounded up some of our favourites for you. Check them out!

Cafe Resto, Jaypee Greens

The perfect place to go over a visit to City Park, you and your friends will love the ambiance of this cafe. Sip on a selection of summer coolers, juices, tea, or cold coffee accompanied by some delectable chef salads and small plates. We recommend that you try their Yolk around the Clock which takes the humble breakfast bagel to a whole new level. This is a slightly high-end place with the approximate cost for two people being around Rs 3000, but it’s well worth it.

Uncle’s Patty, Alpha 1

Sometimes you want to grab a quick bite with your friends without burning a hole in your wallet. For those times, there is Uncle’s Patty in Krishna Apra Plaza. Try their chili lava, burgers or any of their different patties. You’re going to be super impressed with their generous portion sizes and the taste doesn’t disappoint either. For only Rs 200 for two people, this place is a real steal.

Creme Castle, Knowledge Park

Looking for good value, great ambiance, and the perfect backgrounds for your Instagram pictures? Head to Creme Castle in Ansal Plaza. You’re not going to be able to resist getting your hands dirty for chipotle fries, not to mention their selection of chocolate thick shakes will leave you drooling. The cost for two people at this cafe is around Rs 800 which means you and your besties can definitely splash out here.

D’Wood, Gamma 1

Undoubtedly the biggest cafe in Greater Noida, sprawling over an area of over ten thousand square feet, with an open terrace, D’Wood is the cafe you’ll want to hit up on special occasions and especially during the winter. With gorgeous lawns, a gaming zone, live music and more, you’ll definitely be able to enjoy some parties and celebratory dinners here. But it’s equally good for some alone time and to catch up on your work. The cost for two people is around Rs 1200, but the experience is surely priceless.

Mints – Radisson Blu, Jaypee Greens

Free wifi – check. All day breakfast – check. Delicious food – check. Full bar – check. Mints is everything you could want from a cafe and more. Experience a taste of luxury as you sit back and sip on some of their incredible teas and enjoy their custom-made sandwiches. A visit to this cafe will cost you and your friend Rs 1000 without alcohol.

Bistro 7, Knowledge Park

Known for its bright red brick walls and outdoor seating, Bistro 7 has all the vibes of an old school country club. They serve a blend of Indian, Chinese, and Continental cuisine so you can pretty much visit this cafe no matter what you’re in the mood for. Open from 11am to 11pm, you’re going to love the ambiance of this cafe during the early evening hours, as you can enjoy the sunset over your coffee cup. (Your Instagram aesthetic will love it too). The cost for two is around Rs 1000 at Bistro 7, and you won’t regret spending even a rupee of it.

The Circle Cafe, Knowledge Park III

One of the hotspots for those living in hostels or girls’ PGs near Sharda University, The Circle Cafe lets you get away from the hustle and bustle of the city for a while. Located inside Vibha farms, it’s got a wide-open space as well as mini-huts in which you and your friends can be seated. The perfect place to unwind and hang out with your gang after a hectic week. Make sure you try their shakes as well as a plate of cheesy fries. The cost for two people is Rs 700, and you’ll have an unparalleled experience at this cafe.

So, there you have it. Check out these cafes in Greater Noida the next time you’re making plans with your friends and you’re sure to have a blast.

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